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Academic & Professional Books  Insects & other Invertebrates  Insects  Termites (Isoptera)

The South Asian Wood-Destroying Termite, Odontotermes feae (Synonym O. indicus) Identity, Biology, and Economic Importance (Termitidae, Macrotermitinae)

By: ML Roonwal(Author), SC Verma(Author)
35 pages, 2 plates with colour photos; b/w line drawings, 1 b/w map
The South Asian Wood-Destroying Termite, Odontotermes feae (Synonym O. indicus)
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The authors show that the termite species Odontotermes indicus is not a valid species but merely a junior synonym of O. feae. This is one of the most important wood-destroying termites in the region of its distribution. Here, its identity, synonymy, geographical range, biology and economic importance are discussed in detail.

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By: ML Roonwal(Author), SC Verma(Author)
35 pages, 2 plates with colour photos; b/w line drawings, 1 b/w map
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